Free Crochet Bridal Patterns

A bride and groom
A bride and groom

Find free crochet patterns for weddings on this page. Bridal purses, a necklace that is gorgeous, garters for the bride, party favors, a flower girl basket and many more patterns are included. You'll even find a free pattern for a crocheted wedding cake.

Crochet with thread and vintage patterns are perfect for weddings with their lacy look. Create something for the bride that will be a wonderful keepsake. Crocheting these items can save you major dollars too. Weddings can be expensive.

Anything goes with weddings now. You can have a casual affair or go all out with a traditional wedding. The weddings I have enjoyed the most are those that are simple, but you can see the love of the bride and groom, just by the way they look at one another.

Bridal Garter by Crochetnmore - This pretty garter is crocheted with bedspread weight cotton and a size 7 steel hook. You'll also need a ribbon to run through the stitches. Use blue and you'll have the "something borrowed, something blue."

Bridal Pouch/Purse - Crochet Memories created this pretty pattern that is now archived. You'll need size 10 crochet cotton thread and a size 8 steel crochet hook to crochet this pretty bridal purse.You'll also need 1 yard of 1/4" ribbon - (optional) and glue for finishing. The finished bag will measure 4 1/2" x 2 1/4."

Crochet a Victorian Wedding
Crochet a Victorian Wedding | Source

Butter Cream Wedding Cake - The cake is offered by Berroco Yarn. It is wonderful. The layers are created so that they can protect china dishware afterwards. Berroco Ultra Alpaca was used to design the cake. You'll need a E and G hook. Crochet this keepsake, you won't be sorry. The cake would work well if the bride prefers something for dessert other than cake or use it as a table centerpiece. It would make a great shower centerpiece too.

Crochet Wedding Accessories - Mom's Love of Crochet offers this free patterns for a wedding cake topper with bells, a lacy sachet, a wedding ring doily, floral trim for vases for the tables, a potpourri bag, and a wedding photo frame.

If you scroll down the page, you'll also find little lacy baskets to crochet as wedding favors, a bride's crown, champagne sack, flower girl basket, new beginnings doily, cup and saucer favors, and a bridal garter. These patterns are enough to accessorize your entire wedding.

A Modern Bride
A Modern Bride | Source

Fingerless Bridal Glove - This free pattern is offered by Crochetnmore and are a lovely accent to any wedding gown. The bridal glove is created using size 10 bedspread weight cotton and a size 2 steel hook. The glove extends from the wrist and is held on at one finger. You'll also need some ribbon, sewing thread and a snap to complete the glove.

Flower Bouquet Cover - If you create your own bouquet this pattern will come in handy. The original is crocheted with TLC Amore yarn and a size H hook. You'll also need some craft wire and wire cutters to finish the project.This is offered by Donna's Crochet Designs.

Stephanie's Crocheted Lace Wedding Garter - By Frogged KnitsTo Crochet, for this pretty garter, you'll need size 30 cotton thread, a size 7 steel crochet hook, 1/4" wide blue ribbon, and thin elastic cord. The width for this garter can be customized to fit the bride. The finished size is for a 24" wide thigh, but will stretch a bit.

Japanese Wedding Kimono
Japanese Wedding Kimono | Source

Wedding Bell Pattern - By The Learn to Crochet site, this is a nice pattern for any bride. I'm not familiar with the custom, but many brides are given a wedding bell to go with her bridal ensemble. It is hung down the dress. A close relative usually gives her the bell. Even if you don't follow this tradition, it would be a nice gift to give the bride as a keepsake or used for decoration on tables etc.

This bell is created with size 10 crochet cotton thread and a size 2.5 mm hook. You'll also need ribbon for the bell.

Wedding Favors Basket - The Learn How to Crochet site offers another pretty pattern for a wedding basket, but it has an entirely different style. It is rated Easy. You'll need size 20 crochet cotton and a 1.5 mm crochet hook.

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biancaalice 4 years ago from Southern California

This is a really great free referance to use. Love the free patterns.

Voted up, useful & beautiful.

elisa 4 years ago

That crochet necklace is just so beautiful. Must give it a try. thanks for sharing

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Barbara Kay 4 years ago from USA Author

biancaalice, Thanks for viewing and voting up. I'm happy to hear you like the patterns.

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Barbara Kay 4 years ago from USA Author

elisa, I love the necklace too. I think I'll give a try too.

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Sinea Pies 4 years ago from Northeastern United States

That crochet "wedding cake" is not only beautiful but a great space saving idea!

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Barbara Kay 4 years ago from USA Author

sinea Pies, I'm happy to hear you found a pattern you like. Thanks for viewing the hub and commenting.

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donnaisabella 4 years ago from Fort Myers

So I can really learn to do this and follow some great instructions. Thanks Barbara, I bookmarked this page for future reference because I would like to crotchet at least one thing in my life! Thanks for writing.

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Barbara Kay 4 years ago from USA Author

donnaisbella, Thanks for viewing the hub and commenting. Find a video on Youtube and you should be able to learn to crochet.

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donnaisabella 4 years ago from Fort Myers

I certainly will.

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ameypp7 4 years ago

Hi Barbara! I think you are a very bright person who really loves sharing ideas. I appreciate every work of yours. Thanks for the inspiration. You are doing great.:)

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Barbara Kay 4 years ago from USA Author

ameypp7, I appreciate your comments. Thanks for reading my articles and I'm happy to hear that you find them useful.

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